Despite Helen and Peter Evans’ trip to the gun range, Corproate180 seems incapable of hitting the mark.
One of the company’s core competencies has to be effective due diligence. They have shown they cannot do this.
They make uninformed use of court records to identify potential clients. For instance, they may decide that “Resistors by Richard” is a likely candidate.
Unfortunately, they locate contact details for “Resistors of Rochester” who know nothing about the matter in the court records.
Corporate180 succeed in agitating “Resistors of Rochester” who don’t understand why they are being contact.
Corporte180 may well fail at locating “Resistors by Richard”; in at least one case, the company equivalent of “Resistors of Rochester” was able to provide contact information for “Resistors by Richard” (they knew how to do due diligence) but Corporate180 was anything but appreciative.
Apart from this obvious failure in a key area, it seems the company, only a few months old, is being ripped part by internal litigation. This is not setting a good example, especially for a company seeking to provide assistance to others.
Getting back to Peter and Helen-they are free to believe as they like, but the heavy handed neocon image they have established across the Internet is all but certain to alienate people, especially in the Washington, DC, area.
Finally, CEO Andrew Flint needs to learn about tolerance. Demanding retractions of opinions is contrary to the First Amendment. Once again, not something that will go at all far in creating a positive image for Corporate180.
All said and done, this company is probably best avoided altogether!